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Shrimp-Processing Byproducts: a source of nitrogen, phosphorus and lime Public Deposited

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  • Recent price increases for inorganic fertilizers have renewed interest in the use of nutrient-rich food processing by-products as nutrient sources. On the south Oregon coast, shrimp processing byproducts typically consist of the shrimp shells and heads of the Pacific pink shrimp that have undergone a cooking and peeling process. Shrimp processing byproducts are of particular value for crops requiring nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) fertilization. Shrimp byproducts also provide a liming benefit.
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  • Sullivan, Dan M. 2009. Shrimp-Processing Byproducts: a source of nitrogen, phosphorus and lime. OSU Extension workshop, Coos County, OR.
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  • Coos County, Oregon, USA
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